The residential complex Profitable house of Ya. A. Babushkin on Pokrovka 29 is a premium project located in a mansion of the late XIX century on one of the famous streets of Moscow. The four-storey building was built in 1897 by architect L. N. Kekushev. The apartment house belonged to a merchant, a native of a peasant family, Yakov Babushkin. In 1902, the house was sold to a philistine A. I. Titov, who planned to increase the profitability of the house and add two additional floors, but the project was not implemented, and the building retained its original appearance.
The complex consists of several buildings connected by stairs. The buildings form several courtyards, differing in area and shape. Courtyards are connected by graceful arches. The facade of the main brick building faces Pokrovka. Only wealthy people could afford to buy an apartment in the Apartment House of Ya. A. Babushkin: representatives of the intelligentsia, owners of trusts and manufactories lived here.
Now on the first floors of the residential complex there are a pawnshop, a design studio, a Jewish religious center and an Orthodox Christian institute. The windows offer picturesque views of the urban landscape of the center of Moscow. The residential complex Apartment house Ya. A. Babushkin is considered an object of cultural heritage of Moscow.
If you are considering buying an apartment in the residential complex Profitable house Ya. A. Babushkin, call us. The staff of Intermark Real Estate will advise you and organize a guided tour. All information about current offers can be found on the official website of the residential complex. The apartment house of Ya. A. Babushkin.